Had a conversation this week with a patient about affordability of chiropractic care. She agreed that if chiropractic was covered as insurance covers medical care, every chiropractor would be so busy you’d never be able to get in. Did you know that for over 50 years Medicare has limited access to chiropractors while covering drugs that are no longer on … Read More
How bad will 2023 get?
It’s scary times. If you’ve been reading my emails the last few years, or watching our YouTube channel (if not, good luck finding it as Google “blacklisted” us so doesn’t populate in searches) you are well aware that things have played out almost exactly as we predicted they would. We’re seeing news now that COVID death numbers were purposely overinflated … Read More
It’s been a long….long…..loooooooong time coming but it’s finally happened. Since purchasing the property like 4-5 years ago, despite a pandemic and all that brought, despite countless hurdles, delays, etc we are finally moved into our new building located at 7681 Old Shell Road. And boy is it a GEM! I can’t wait to show everyone in person so hurry … Read More
I want to point out a stunning phenomenon that is a direct result of Western Medicine “Outside-In” mechanistic thinking. We’ll take three examples: A woman is told she requires a hysterectomy because she has a history of hormonal imbalance issues. She’s told that removing her female organs will end her problems as they’re no longer there to cause pain etc. … Read More
UK announces END of COVID measures
Whirlwind of news coming around if you haven’t been keeping up. Biden’s vaccine mandate affecting MILLIONS of Americans, requiring businesses to force employees to get vaccinated or be fired FAILED in the Supreme Court by a vote of 6-3. LINK Starbucks announced they are scrapping all requirements on employees to be vaccinated. LINK Mind you this is a company with … Read More
Analyzing Recent COVID Data
According to data from Johns Hopkins University freely available online, roughly 75% of deaths in the United States occurred in patients 65 years or older. Now you might say, oh well that’s not that surprising because the elderly are the most vulnerable. However when taken with previously found data that about HALF of all COVID deaths have been in nursing … Read More
Update to employees in Alabama!
So normally I don’t send out emails consecutive days, however there was a quick change of events that needs update. I sent out the last post based on the most up to date details, however the morning it went out the news broke that OSHA was convinced to back Biden’s executive order as well as them announcing they would now … Read More
Getting pressure at work for the COVID Vaccine?
This is really a tale of two worlds being here on the state line and regularly have patients that ask for both Alabama and Mississippi. But the latter part of this applies anywhere in the US so read it through. First I’ll address state exemptions. Alabama: Includes a religious exemption on top of medical. This is great because according to … Read More
There’s been a lot of very interesting things to come about in the last few weeks, I’ll catch you up on just a few. First of all I’m sure you’ve seen the news articles saying Pfizer got full FDA approval. Well not surprisingly it’s a twist in truth with the general unknowing public being the usual victims of complacency. Turns … Read More
The desperation is getting more fierce as the degree of public mistrust and lack of â€œcomplianceâ€ gets clearer and clearer. From July 4th when Biden originally set the 70% vaccinated target, to July 26th over half a month later, the percentage has barely moved up just 0.9% to just 55.8% of the population getting even the first shot (only 49.1% … Read More